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Unveiling their new headquarters in style, Giorgi celebrated its next exciting chapter at the newly restored 1920’s Newcastle Street building with family, close-friends, and valued partners.
After a 14-month restoration project, the new offices are situated on the exact premises the Giorgi family first called home after migrating from Italy to Perth in the early 1950’s.
Transforming the impressive six-meter-high ground-floor lobby into the refined event location for the evening, guests had a chance to admire the painstaking attention to detail of the new headquarters, from the marble staircase leading up to the first floor, to the striking pendant lights floating over stunning botanical arrangements.
Delicious canapes from Olio’s Gourmet were savoured, while people sipped champagne and a hand-picked selection of wines.
Father and son Directors, Claude and Danny Giorgi sat down for an intimate conversation with the evening’s emcee, Max Veenhuyzen, well regarded in town for his editorial positions at Broadsheet Perth, Gourmet Traveller, and The Local Tongue.
Max led an in-depth discussion with Claude and Danny about the Giorgi evolution, the journey and restoration of the new headquarters, the duo’s unique industry insights and what’s next for Giorgi.
The evening was a wonderful chance for the Giorgi family and team to celebrate the practice’s near-three-decade journey and admire the hard-work and determination, which now sees Giorgi calling Newcastle Street home again after so many years.